NRC CaLP Programme Manager - East & Southern Africa Jobs in Kenya

NRC CaLP Programme Manager - East & Southern Africa Jobs in Kenya

  • NRC in the East Africa & Yemen Region prides itself on being a leader in the service of refugees, internally displaced people and displacement communities. We strive to be a rapid responder and a pioneer in Hard to Reach areas. We unlock durable solutions and make deliberate efforts towards a more sustainable impact in our programming.

  • We aim to deliver the best possible service through commitment to our regional hallmarks: evidence based programming; advocating for change; cash and markets-based programming; driving innovation; collaborating with other actors for greater impact; integrating our programmes to achieve synergy and maximum efficiency; and valuing staff diversity.

  • The CaLP Programme Manager will support the Regional Representative in shaping and driving forward CaLP’s strategy in the region. In so doing, s/he will be required to liaise with and help to leverage the collective capacity of CaLP member organisations as appropriate towards improving the quality and scale of CVA in the region. S/he will develop and maintain effective communication with a wide range of actors including CaLP members and other stakeholders, exploring opportunities for mutual learning and collective impact, providing technical support to coordination fora and organizations, and brokering connections between a variety of actors within the scope of the agreed strategy and plans.

  • The postholder will work closely with the whole CaLP team (those in country and beyond) and with the support of the Regional Representative to take forward the following:

    Area 1: Foster collaboration for more effective and sustainable humanitarian CVA that better meets the needs of people living in contexts of crisis

  • Liaise with Cash Working Groups in multiple countries on a regular basis and support interagency collaboration towards more effective CVA.

  • Work in close cooperation with diverse actors within humanitarian CVA and complementary areas such as social protection, economic and financial inclusion and private sector on issues of common interests.

  • Assist with mobilization of CVA actors including CaLP members and non-members to participate in collaborative initiatives towards optimizing the impact and effectiveness of CVA in the region.

  • Liaise with government bodies, clusters and other parts of the humanitarian system, as relevant, to promote and enhance the coordinated use of cash.

    Area 2: Become an effective global network
    for the CVA system, inspired by improving outcomes for people living in contexts of crisis

  • Conduct an audit of membership engagement in the region.

  • Support enhanced engagement with all members.

  • Contribute to planning and management of ‘member only’ or ‘member priority’ events.

  • Support processes that aid joint planning and setting of the agenda for collaborative work by CaLP members

  • Liaise with CaLP members on specific issues and commitments as becomes appropriate based on identified areas of work

    Area 3: Strengthen evidence-based policy and action in order to transform humanitarian CVA

  • Support learning and knowledge sharing activities, including the planning and delivery of webinars and learning events.

  • Work with partners and other stakeholders to identify evidence and research gaps

  • In collaboration with CaLP members and other stakeholders, contribute to the planning and development of case studies or other learning products

  • Implement activities to enhance the uptake of learning generated at regional and global levels based on agreed plans.

  • Contribute regional perspectives to global policy debates.

    Area 4: Provide thought-leadership on emerging issues likely to affect humanitarian CVA, mindful of the links to the broader financial assistance landscape

  • Prepare regionally relevant synthesis reports highlighting gaps, opportunities and challenges

  • Support thematic pieces of research and workshops carried out in the region.

  • Identify opportunities to promote the work of CaLP in appropriate national and regional fora.

  • Participate in regional CVA discussions and represent CaLP team with members, non-member, donors and other external stakeholders including through online events.

  • Contribute to processes of convening CVA actors to explore practical ways forward on key issues and set the regional and national agenda for advancing quality of CVA

  • Disseminate information about global policy debates at regional level.

    How to Apply

  • For more information and job application details, see; NRC CaLP Programme Manager - East & Southern Africa Jobs in Kenya

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